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Dekereke

Dekereke is a phonology search and data management tool.

Search Everything

Search Everything is a great little utility for finding files on your computer. It only indexes the file's name. So the indexing is really quick and unnoticeable. I find it useful several times a day. Even if I know where a file is Search Everything will often get to it quicker than using Windows Explorer.

 

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FieldWorks Translation Editor (TE)

Outdated: SIL says Translation Editor is now minimally supported. Use Paratext instead. 

Translation Editor helps Bible translators edit and check Biblical text in a vernacular language.

In Translation Editor, members of a translation team can do any of the following:

  • Edit Scripture text in almost any language of the world for which there are Unicode-based fonts, keyboards, and writing systems.
  • Produce back translations for checking.
  • Review drafts and insert notes.
  • Use anthropological and lexical data in
  • ...

MacAutoFormat

MacAutoFormat is a text formatting program which converts Standard Format text files to RTF format. These resulting files then automatically format when opened in a program with an RTF converter such as Microsoft Word.

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Unicode Ccount

UnicodeCCount is a quick-and-dirty Unicode-aware replacement for Ccount, the character count utility. Written in Perl, the program is available both as the Perl source (requires Perl 5.8.1 or newer) and as a stand-alone Windows EXE.

 

As this program is distributed at no cost, the SIL individual who created it and upgrades it is unable to provide a commercial level of personal technical support. He is interested in hearing from users, however, and will try to resolve problems that are reported to him. You can send feedback to the author here.

 

PC-PATR

A unification-based syntactic parser available individually, but more commonly distributed as part of PC-PARSE.

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PC-PARSE

PC-PARSE is an archive which contains a set of programs for performing morphological or syntactic analysis. PC-PARSE includes code for

PC-KIMMO

PC-KIMMO is a new implementation for microcomputers of a program dubbed KIMMO after its inventor Kimmo Koskenniemi (see Koskenniemi 1983). It is of interest to computational linguists, descriptive linguists, and those developing natural language processing systems. The program is designed to generate (produce) and/or recognize (parse) words using a two-level model of word structure in which a word is represented as a correspondence between its lexical level form and its surface level form.

Ktext

KTEXT reads a text from a disk file, parses each word using the PC-KIMMO parser, and writes the results to a new disk file. This new file is in the form of a structured text file where each word of the original text is represented as a database record composed of several fields. Each word record contains a field for the original word, a field for the underlying or lexical form of the word, and a field for the gloss string.

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Ktagger

A part-of-speech tagger based on PC-KIMMO.

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